Architectural Opportunity! Loloma 5 – An award wining and timeless architectural design by Will Bruder FAIA. Showcasing a fabulous palette of materials, this highly upgraded city-home offers mixed-use commercial office space (or den), 2 bedrooms, roof terrace, and a view patio aligned with local street views. Offering a hip and modern Live/Work environment, this is urban living at its finest. This perfectly proportioned 3 story town-home style condo with inspired, loft-like interiors. With one owner since new this home offers original upgrades architectural details Live/work zoning makes for a flexible lifestyle; 2-car carport is gated and private. Located in the Arts District of Downtown Scottsdale, here’s your opportunity to live work and play in perhaps the most walkable locations in the Valley.Hurry, this is a rare opportunity!
This building offers timeless and sustainable materials coupled with desert modern architecture. An elegant zinc clad street elevation marries to natural steel details, galvanized perforated panels, and Galvalume metal roof for a timeless material palette.Windows fall playfully and rhythmically alone the elevations to allow maximum north facing natural light to flood the interiors without heat gain. 12ft+ master suite ceilings, 2 balconies and walk-out roof deck complete the connection to the outdoors.
The home offers an impressive array of custom built-in storage: recent paint, ultra-clean interiors complete the scene: recent updates include concrete porcelain tile and refreshened master bathroom. Poliform/Varena master closet system conveys. Maple cabinetry adorns the generous open kitchen complete with full sized appliances and natural gas cooking. Enjoy a fabulous location that allows you to walk to everything that is Scottsdale – art galleries, top restaurants, hotels, museums, theaters, boutiques and stores. This is IT if you want urban in one of the most walkable locations in Arizona!
More about the project: Located in the Loloma Arts District in historic Downtown Scottsdale, Loloma 5 was the first multi-unit mixed-use project to be constructed under the Scottsdale Green Building Program. Considered a masterpiece of modernism by the internationally renowned architect, this iconic building has been published in books and magazines throughout the United States, Japan, and Australia and is featured in the book: THE GREEN HOUSE: NEW DIRECTIONS IN SUSTAINABLE ARCHITECTURE; in periodicals such as GA (Global Architecture <Japan>); and featured in a version of the Phaidon Atlas of Contemporary Work Architecture.